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my vote is for juicys. I haven't been able to test them in long burning descents, but no brake is gonna hold up if you ride them the whole time. Best modulation of any brake I have tried and the power is one-finger-and-locked-up. And unlike hopes, there is absolutely no squealing or fade/bleed issues. Highly reccomended.
 

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j6105 said:
my vote is for juicys. I haven't been able to test them in long burning descents, but no brake is gonna hold up if you ride them the whole time. Best modulation of any brake I have tried and the power is one-finger-and-locked-up. And unlike hopes, there is absolutely no squealing or fade/bleed issues. Highly reccomended.
wuddabout the saints?

it's a tough choice between the m4, the 7, the saints, or the el camino's
 

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RobsterCraw said:
Hope M4s are really nice. Never tried Juicys though.
I love my Saints... they've got all the power I need, and modulation to dream of.
I never got on with my Hope M4's... the lever was a little too flexy, and they felt down on power with the std pads.
I'm getting Saint's on my new trailbike (Reign1), so I can't comment on them yet.
 
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